4 Month Old Development
As your 4-month-old baby’s hand/eye coordination develops, he can reach for things, can recognize familiar faces and can start to interact with you. Read more about 4 month old development milestones:
From seeing differences in a group at 3 months to a sense of fairness at 15 months, there’s even more going on in your baby's brain than you might realize.
All babies have their own timetable, but you can watch for certain developments in your 4-month-old. Celebrate with your baby as she reaches or nears these milestones.
Early waving and pointing are meaningful. Learn more about the power of these communication milestones—and how to encourage your baby.
Germs—such as viruses, bacteria, and parasites—are everywhere. But try not to worry too much: They can actually be good for your baby to a certain extent.
It may seem like an odd—even bizarre—connection, but the bacteria in your child’s gut (his stomach and intestines) that help him digest his food may also influence how his brain develops.
As you partner with your paediatrician, you should feel free to ask not only about medical concerns but also about your baby’s developing skills, issues regarding discipline, and other questions you have about child rearing.